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Lake Superior Community Partnership

The Region’s Leading Resource for Economic Development

Located in Michigan’s
beautiful Upper Peninsula

Shop Local Passport

Shop Local Discount Passports are now available for sale! Just in time for 2014 holiday shopping season. These passports are an incentive to shop locally.

The cost of the passport is $10. All proceeds raised will benefit economic development in Marquette County. The passport will pay for itself with just a few uses.  Check out a list of the discounts included in the passport below. Find out more here.

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Latest News

Clickner Re-Elected to Michigan Economic Developers Association Board of Directors

LANSING The membership of the Michigan Economic Developers Association MEDA recently re elected Amy Clickner Chief Executive Officer Lake Superior Community Partnership to its board of directors Clickner has worked for the LSCP for 14 years serving as CEO...

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Shop Local Passport expiration date extended

The Lake Superior Community Partnership LSCP has extended the expiration date for the Shop Local Passport to January 31 2015 The passports cost 10 and are still available for sale at the LSCP 501 S Front St Marquette Monday...

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Economic Impact of Agriculture

Michigan s agriculture industry contributes more than 90 billion annually to the state s economy Agriculture is the second largest industry in the state behind manufacturing The agriculture industry employs more than 900 000 Michigan residents According to the...

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Lake Superior Community Partnership Reaccredited by the International Economic Development Council

Washington DC The International Economic Development Council IEDC announces that the Lake Superior Community Partnership LSCP has once again been recognized as one of 43 economic development organizations accredited by IEDC as an Accredited Economic Development Organization AEDO Originally...

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Senate Defeats Bill To Reduce Truck Weights

The Senate rejected a bill today that would reduce Michigan s 164 000 pound gross weight limit for trucks to 80 000 pounds SB 1150 failed by a vote of 15 22 with most Republicans voting in opposition It...

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